When it comes to our parks, streets, traffic intersections, and other public property, it’s really very simple — the placement of signs anywhere in the public right of way (a distance generally within 6 – 7 feet of the curb) or other public property, other than by a governmental entity, is illegal at all times.
Click here to view and print the City of Atlanta Sign Ordinance, and how you can help.
THE CITY OF ATLANTA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS SOLID WASTE SERVICES
The City of Atlanta Department of Public Works Solid Waste Services currently services 96,000 single-family homes. The City strives to ensure that all residential customers have the resources to participate in waste reduction and sustainability practices through recycling. www.atlantaga.gov/recycling.
CHaRM stands for the Center for Hard to Recycle Materials. The facility encourages reuse while diverting thousands of pounds of household hazardous waste, bulky trash and other hard to recycle items from Metro-Atlanta households, water supplies, and landfills. livethrive.org/charm
Liberty Tire Recycling
Liberty Tire Recycling is the premier provider of tire recycling services in the United States. By reclaiming more than 33 percent of the nation’s discarded tires, it annually transforms more than 140 million tires into raw materials for smart, sustainable products that improve people’s lives. libertytire.com
The Atlanta BeltLine
The Atlanta BeltLine is transforming Atlanta with a combination of rail, trail, greenspace, housing, and art, to put Atlanta on a path to economic growth and sustainability. beltline.org
Bearings Bike Shop
Bearings Bike Shop is a non-profit youth development organization where kids in Atlanta can earn and maintain a bicycle while developing the skills and character essential to success in adulthood. Learn how public donations of old bikes helps local youth: bearingsbikeshop.org